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revenue and the deficit is the difference between what the government takes in and what it spends. many people confuse it with the debt which is what the government borrows to cover the deficit. an economic stock could be right around the corner. more on that coming up. and forget the fish that saved pittsburgh. we're going to tell you about the hockey arena that could save detroit. that and more as "real money" continues. >> the strength of the u.s. economy but the over all picture remains cloudy in part because of the weather. the biggest news was the revision to gross domestic product for the final three months of 2013. we'll learn more about that in a moment. but first, the contracts to buy homes edged up but less than economists expected, and is near a two-year low. as we reported the housing market has been hurt by this year's severe winter. we also learned that consumer sentiment rose slightly in february despite frigid temperatures and weak job growth in december and january. let's now talk about gdp. we learned that gdp slowed more than first thought after an impressive 4.1% ga
this bill would have increased the deficit. if you can run a deficit to go to war, you can run a deficit to take care of the people who fought in it. joining me is the chair of the senate committee on affairs, the senator from vermont. they said the multi-billion dollar bills face to make necessary reforms. what do you say to that? >> i say they're dead wrong and so does virtually every veterans organization in the country representing millions of veterans. chris, what i have learned since i've been chairman of the veterans committee is the cost of war is much deeper and more significant than i think most people know. we're talking about hundreds of thousands of young men and women coming back from iraq and afghanistan with ptsd and tbi. we're talking about 2,300 of you're soldiers who suffered wounds so that they're unable too have babies. we're talking in terms of older veterans, you have women, wives staying home taking care of disabled vets, 24 hours a day, seven days a week who get virtually no kinds of support from the federal government. you're talking about young people who were
and timing shifts to pay for permanent rate cuts. it could increase deficits in the second decade. >> i think it will be the opposite. it will generate more revenue. add $700 billion in new revenues to help us pay down the debt. cuts can getending us to a balanced budget. >> you think by the second decade it will raise revenues because of the dynamics. >> in the first decade. >> you drew a parallel to the 1986 tax reform under president reagan. one of the differences is that under that measure, the earned income tax credit for the poor was vastly expanded. under this proposal it would be cut back. ofoman making a minimum wage $17,000, she will lose $2000 in 4-5 years. should the poor have to pay the burden? >> they do not. everyone making up to $100,000 sees a tax cut. and, average family takes home -- >> that is cut back a little bit. >> it is not. in my view, it was supposed to offset the payroll tax. unfortunately it has gone beyond that. it is refocus back on making sure p road taxes are offset. more families have that opportunity, and it is a create that poverty trap where the harder you
million deficit. airline not to increase >> : but supreme court was secretly caught not recorded by out >> : not want a light but the justices were in session a black-and-white is not affected these photos were taken when cameras or tape and to the court. in the 1930's. now there's this but loaded to you to and then got an actor. the letter that caught the pass security. aunt was able to get a first video of the u.s. supreme court in session. then what >> : of their legal analyst jerry. caught security isn't lax. allied and a court many times even is a guest walked through metal detectors. we're now to bring electronics and everyone passes through those of detectors. this video was recorded by an advocacy group that pushes of finance reform. airline out >> : the prize on behalf of the vast majority of the american people at a leave money does not. corporations are not people and >> : he faces federal charges. how the cameras were smuggled supreme court says that it's revealing reviewing the video and screening procedures. what >> : ought to contract for we have got pretty severe worried
to raise the toll by $2 over the course of next 4 years they need the money to close the deficit. starting in april the toll jumps to $7 then july 2015 it goes up 25¢s, it increases by a quarter, every year until 2018 and finally $8 in 2018. drivers with fast track the $1 discount will remain in effect. >>> president obama warned russia about sending military into ukraine. russian transport planes and helicopters were seen landing in eastern ukraine what appears to be a russian invasion and president obama's response. >> reporter: president obama issued a strong warning to russia not to intervene in ukraine. >> the u.s. will stand with the international community in affirming there will be costs for any military intervention in ukraine. >> reporter: it was in response to reports russian armored personnel carriers and armed gun men in military uniform were seen. u.s. officials sea evidence of russian air and sea movements into and out of the region. >> any violation of ukraine's sovereignty would be deeply destabilizing which is not in the interest of ukraine, russia or europe. >> reporter
it was not effective and steve said eliminate subsidies i know the problem with the deficit equity in the building yes. i paid my 77 special will assessment some were more than that so i suggest putting the money in the mayor's office of housing for a small building like this would be a better idea. >> hello, i'm christopher ward i live directly next to that building. as a matter of disclosure i'm the building manager for a mettle company. my biggest concerns about this building are the security of my building and the security of buildings that share my backyard that's been given which is easily assessed by the twenty-four hours open parking lot. the twenty-four hours open parking lot unfortunately, it's managed twenty-four hours anyone can walk into that space. by putting a building here almost any building that would have the access to the backyard and to my building and to the properties that are against that yard that would be 800 sutter street and the businesses at that location and they have break-ins at 839 jones street and other. this security would be, you know, this building would w be a be
is trying to cover a $142 million budget deficit. >>> a lot more to come. we are tracking the storm. another bout of rain hitting the area. details of the possibility of thunderstorms. >> i am live on the red carpet at the academy awards in l.a. it has been a wild weather ride here today under the big top. rain highlights and oscar preps coming up next. >> thanks. an undieing love. the promise he made to his young bride after learning he had only six months to live. abc7 news continues in a moment. stay with us. is more fun than ever. sees better than ever. ♪ charges faster. and will charge. cool. and heat. from your phone. fact: leaf never needs gas. ever. good for the world. built in america. now, leaf's an easier choice than ever. ♪ shop at choosenissan.com. ♪ the oscars are on sunday on abc7. they were a little worried about the weather down there too, but for the most part it is about the excitement of hollywood's biggest night. katie is in l.a. covering the academy awards for us all weekend. katie, it has to be a fun assignment. >> hey there, dan. right now i have the red carpet
for a $142 million projected budget deficit. kron 4 news. >>> a terrifying day for a clerk, fighting off a man who tried to steal money from the cash register. we have the surveillance video of what happened and intersection view with the clerk you will only see on kron 4. >> what are you doing? open it. >> reporter: a demand from the suspect is heard loud and clear but the scream to stop came even louder from the store clerk. >> help, help, help. >> i was trying to push him out, that he was not allowed in this area, and me and him struggled. >> reporter: he has only worked here in san carlos for two months. he hasn't even told his family about this attempted robbery. he says the suspect came in through the front door and went right towards him. while the suspect never showed a weapon, he kept motioning toward his waistband. >> he wanted me to open the register, and i told him no. >> reporter: the struggled d w fought off the attempted robber successfully, it's not what the sheriff's office recommend. >> we advice advise people to not fight back. proppy can be replaced -- property can
in 2018. the bridge district is trying to cover a $142 million budget deficit. >>> a lot more to come. we are tracking the storm. another bout of rain hitting the area. details of the possibility of thunderstorms. >> i am live on the red carpet at the academy awards in l.a. it has been a wild weather ride here today under the big top. rain highlights and oscar preps coming up next. >> thanks. an undieing love. the promise he made to his young bride after learning he had only six months to live. abc7 news continues in a moment. stay with us. charles not having coverage stressed me out. i literally haven't been to a doctor in 15 years. i had a car accident when i was uninsured, and i declined medical assistance because it was gonna be too expensive. as a result, i deal with back pain on a pretty regular basis. after it had built up for so long of not having insurance, i couldn't believe that it was just that easy. it was just nice to have a plan that was a reasonable monthly premium. i'm in because i don't want to put a price on my health. [ female announcer ] everyone deserves health insur
's not focusing. he's putting his head down in the class. he must have attention deficit disorder. i try to educate them and say no, it's the kidney disease. this is what it looks like. this is what it can look like specifically in children. a lot of times anecdotally it may present like adhd. really it's the uremia. i can tell you that i do not have students that don't have any distress. many of them finish school at home. again, there is a lot of loses there too. there is lots of socialization. they are not able to go to school, go to promise and not able to go to college sometimes because they haven't finished their ged. you can imagine them again going into future and how does that translate to adult life and again, getting college degrees, going to technical vocational school or even holding down a regular job, finding a job that will accommodate around a dialysis schedule as well can be very challenging. you can imagine applying for a job says i dielz dialysis monday and wednesday and available tuesday, thursday and saturdays. it's difficult to find employment to be accommodating
it will increase the deficit $6.2 trillion. if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. let's not go there. insure the uninsured. no. the ceo says the 75 million will still be uninsured. finally, brenda. we talked about approval. forget all that. the american public doesn't want it. 92% want to change this or appeal it. we have a law that has absolutely no benefits the public doesn't want. we are living with it. i can't understand it. >> well, david, maybe you can help us understand it. why do you think 50% of the uninsured want no part of this? >> well, it's a toll that's based on news they may hear or stories they may hear. to the extent some of those stories are misleading. you have julie bunstra from michigan who did an ad for a congressman running for the senate saying her premiums were going up. it turns out her premium on the affordable care act exchange went to 357 from $1,100 from before or benny in spokane in the state of the union response lamenting how she is now paying a premium of $700,000. guess what, we come to find out she did not go on the exchange and only got a policy s
, the thermal coupler tells the grower how much water is in the vine. it tells us if the vine is in a deficit or doing fine. >> with this, we can actually save water, which is an important thing. >> especially in california which seems like its been in remember. >> by eliminating water at the right times and by giving water at the right times, we can have those berries grow small. the smaller the berries, the buser the skin to juice ratio is. that means more robust, big, juicy wines. >> innovative technology also fine tunes the work at the crush pad. here, alias programs the optical sorter to choose grapes based upon a specific color. only the right ones. everything else gets dump here we notice the change almost overnight. the wine is only 5 or six days old. fresher, cleaner, more focused. it was we are going to check out a red wine ferm entation. >> what was sorted earlier? >> it looks look luke soup. >> they communicate with alias via wi-fi. >> if it gets too hot t will send me an alarm. fe fermentation team. >> i get a text and phone call. i have them at 2:00 in the morning sometimes. >>
for a change. we know they are against deficits and this or that program. they are against obamacare. what are they for? >> as you pointed out at the beginning, congressman camp held hearings all over the country. he's listened to a lot of people. much of what he's done here is the product of what came out of those hearings. i believe there is broad political support in the country for going in this direction. so the republicans should take advantage of that. >> thank you all. when we come back, the pentagon proposing to slash the army to pre-world war ii levels. what it means for our influence abroad next. [ female announcer ] as you get older, protein is an important rt of staying active and strong. ensureigh protein... fifty percent of your daily value of protein. low fat and five grams of sugars. [ major nutrition ] ensure. nutrin charge! starts with freshly-made pasta, and 100% real cheddar cheese. but what makes stouffer's mac n' cheese best of all. that moment you enjoy it at home. stouffer's. made with care for you or your family. legs, for crossing. feet...splashing. better things
fight, the deficit battle. he had a very difficult re-election. just a month before, he gave an interview with black enterprise magazine he said, i'm not the president of black america. he didn't want that idea that he was favoring one particular group. i did an interview before that election. and i found out that when he came down with his senior aids just week bfers he got re-elected, he had a yellow note pad. even if this wasn't an issue, he put criminal justice reform on there and he started pushing -- gwen: we've got to go. michael's more in story in "time magazine." >> we have to leave to give you a chance to support your local pbs station. but our conversation will continue online on the "washington week" web cast extra. it streams live at 8:30 and all ek long at pbs.org/washingtonweek. and that's where you'll find my take and why 1997 was such a big year for "washington week." we're accepting birthday wishes. we'll see you next week. good night. >> corporate funding for "washington week" is provided by -- >> we went out and asked people a simple question -- how old
6:00 and those without 7:00. the bridge district is trying to cover 142-month-old budget deficit. coming up next, lisa argen will have your accuweather forecast. >> yeah. hi, matt. it is a little wet out here. we are lacking at breezy winds and still showers in your weekend forecast. 54 trees in san francisco. this is a view from our sutro tower. and plenty of showers south of the city. i'll detail your forecast when we return. >> also next, a wild weather ride on the red carpet in l.a. as crews try to get ready for tomorrow night's oscars. imagine a car that gets 1,000 miles a gallon. that's the goal of some bay area students who plan to test their invention in a cros we love this! what's next? great! do you have measurements? yeah, i paced it off. it's about twenty by twelve of these. so, we can measure, plan and install it for you. yea, let's do that! ikea. professional kitchen services at a low price. [man] no one told her,right? [son]hi! [mom screams] give him the tour.heer]is k! let me show you! soft-close drawers, farm sink! um... where's my room? we had to take just a lit
to recover a $142 million deficit. it's raining outside right now in many parts of the bay area. here's lisa argen with the details. >> good morning to you. the rain is minely light. it's a bit breezy and the heaviest cells sit offshore as the area of low pressure continues to sink to the south and east of the bay. that means it will take the rain with it. a washout not in store for your saturday. in fact some sunny breaks ahead. we will talk about that and a return to more wet weather in the days ahead in a few minutes. >> thanks, lisa. also next the wild weather ride on the red carpet in l.a. as crews try to get ready for tomorrow night's oscars. and a car that gets 1,000 miles a gallon? that's the goal after student who plan to test their invention in a ♪ [ male announcer ] spring is calling. get sta-green fertilizer now just $8 at lowe's. ♪ at kaiser permanente we'vezer reduced serious heart attacks by 62%, which makes days with grandpa jack 100% more possible. join us at kp.org and thrive. >> good morning. here's a live look at doppler 7hd. the radar is showing some rain in parts of
of legislation that congress passed to address the chronic deficits in the national flood insurance program. they are undoing the work to provide some relief. in the energy bill, the house will be taking up a measure that would restrict the epa's regulation of carbon emission by coal-fired power plants. this is a big deal in the climate change debate and a big deal for utilities. it would require any limits for new plants to be based on existing technology. that will be a theme this week. there will be several energy bills just like there was a theme about excessive regulation in view of the gop. bettelheim, as always, thank you for your time. >> death from other major decline.continue to death from alzheimer's have increased 70% in the last 18 years. over 5 million americans have alzheimer's and at this rate as as 17 million could have it. so few people have something to relate to. if my wife and i saw something -- somebody talk about it, it make us feel not alone. although whispering is better than the silence that the community has been facing for decades, it still not enough. it needs t
it calls a growing infrastructure deficit of crumbling roads, bridges and highways. in a report to congress to the dot says washington needs to spend as much as $146 billion a year to maintain and improve the nation's roads and crossings starting right away. >>> to retail where japan's fast retailing the parent company of unico is in talks to buy jay crew. according to the wall street jourl, j crew's management is seeking $5 billion for the business. but it's unclear whether fast retailing is willing to pay that price in a statement the company says it doesn't comment on market speculation. >>> pier one imports cuts its outlook for the second straight month because of snowed-in shoppers. that is where we begin tonight's market focus. the home furnishings retailer blamed the harsh winter for soft traffic. the company did say it expects business to be normal once the weather gets better. still shares down more than 5.5% today to $18.92. it was the opposite story for 3d systems. the 3d printer maker gave investors a strong outlook, predicting its $1 billion in revenue in 2015. now, this quarte
. the military is bloated in this country. and it is a driver of our deficit. it is a huge driver. >> you are riding a pyre in a crowded movie theater now. maybe there are ways to cut back on certain areas of the military. but, however, on the back, we have to go. the thought of a military man having to pay more for his health care when we are flipping over backwards to make sure pajama boy gets his free obamacare, this sin sanity? >> it is insanity. it is a disgrace. we should be treating our military better and should keep that in mind when president obama claims to be caring about the military when they are balancing the budget and do the entitlement programs in the system off of the back door military person well we will have to leave it will. thank you very much. you can keep the conversation going on twitter. >>> the obamacare surcharge that may have you doing this the next time you get your restaurant bill. mine was earned in korea in 1953. afghanistan, in 2009. orbiting the moon in 1971. [ male announcer ] once it's earned, usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation
of obamacare over ten years, and showed that it would reduce the federal deficit,. >> and you trust the congressional budget office to estimate the budget of congress? >> and he's not the only one who drank the cool aid n states that have rejected it the majority of citizens foolishly want the expansion. ashley landis explains. >> i understand that we are not delivering the most popular message here. but certainly low income families who are really struggling are going to be hard-pressed to understand all of the nuances. >> they're just so busy being needy they don't knows what's going on. >> i decided to talk to these misguided medicaid want a have's who are hopelessly hoping for help. >> i have environmentally induced asthma and don't have a way to get test. >> my wife has disk disorder. >> i know you feel like you want medicaid but medicaid expansion hasn't been approved in your state. and it's a good thing. it's better for america. >> that seems like the most ridiculous thing to say. how is it better for america, for people who have treatable conditions to become permanently cri
dollars in debt. we have an annual deficit this year that will be less than $1 trillion and we are all excited about that. the first time in five years it has been less than $1 trillion. yes, government needs money, but i would say today the government need something more. in these discipline to rein in spending. it needs courage to make tough decisions. it needs commitment to make sure we do everything more efficiently and more effectively than we have done before. we want to work with you to help you do that, to help you set the right priorities which help you spend the money that we appropriate to you. we thank you for being here today. we will have questions. before we do that, i want to turn to my friend, the ranking member. let me say to him that it has been a whirlwind time, but he has been a great partner. we do not always agree on everything, but as we go through negotiations with our senate counterparts to come to this conclusion, it was a team effort. thank you for that. any comments? >> thank you for your willingness to work with us, especially your staff. and our staff. le
of the next 4 years in order to raise money projected 142 million dollar deficit. so starting in april, the toll will jump to 7 dollars for drivers who don't have fast track. then, in july of 2015, the toll goes up 25 cents. the toll increases by a quarter every year until 2018. so to 750 in 2016, 775 in 217 and finally, to 8 dollars in 2018. it's important to note that for drivers who have fast track, the one dollar discount will remain in effect. >> this friday's storm is a dream come true. inches and inches of loan in parts of the sierra. shows us the excitement. >> interstate 80 heading east was busy today as drivers traveled to the slopes. ski resorts received more than a foot of fresh new powder at the summits, attracting powder hounds and other interesting decree turs. >> high five. hand shakes, first pump. >> the new snow brought this group to sugar bowl from southern california. >> almost too much powder in our area is where you're getting stuck, but the runs are beautiful. >> contrast though, from southern california. >> yeah, raining down there, but i love the snow. >>report
: this morning with the looming deficit of $142 million, golden gate bridge directors weighed the first toll hike since 2008. on the table, a plan to raise tolls a buck. fast track would rise to $6, non-fast track to $7 and would raise to a peak of $7 for fast track, $8 for non-fast track in 2018. >> we reached the point the driver as the cash cow has reached the level of it has no more left. >> reporter: this morning a steady stream of drivers spoke out against the increase, some breaking into song. ♪ i got ripped off on my way to san francisco ♪ >> reporter: officials say the increase is needed to pay for projects and maintenance as well as subsidize the district's bus and ferry service. >> the tolls are the workhorse of the organization. they do keep 25% of traffic off the golden gate bridge during the morning commute. >> go back east and the washington bridge, $13 each way. people seem to be able to handle that. >> reporter: some like susan think the toll hike will keep plenty of drivers off the bridge. >> the impact is so people will go into the city less. they won't go in marin county.
as identify a deficit the military training areas throughout europe and north america are among the richest and most important sites will find that their city. often because they are that it's not open to the general . but also because environmental awareness and whites tactical use of natural resources is encouraged among soldiers military training areas are increasingly recognized as sites of height by a diversity and large numbers of threatened and endangered species. exports from india its beans and nine. listening to it in voyeur into tossing it into a pleasant day the usc is banned the import of indian spices contributed sixteen points and up until the next week i'd like to invite i know that nine placings and you're eighty and maybe share each week six but since it's sunday a baby on the menu she jumped on singapore and the uk. i don't need to destinations for beginning sports it is that the european union to open them on this commendable that the ongoing suffering debt crisis and hold great sports despite these problems from the outside. the european union remains a very attractive
in the drought. >> certainly cuts into that deficit but we're you know running so far behind that it's not really going to, go in the drought. it probably won't even move into a lower category the drought. right now most of the areas are in between severe and exceptional drought. >> reporter: the santa clara valley water district says reservoir capacity has gone up by 1% on monday. this storm isn't enough to change it decision calling for mandatory 20% conservation county wide. >> we need to see many many more storms of this magnitude. the great thing about this storm is it's spread out over time. we're seeing a series of storms so it allows the ground to capture and absorb the water that's coming. and reduces our risk of flooding. >> reporter: and she says the south bay is about to see a lot more advertising about water conservation and programs in the coming months. >>> one flooding problem in san jose was caused by something you might not expect, the theft of cooper wiring. about 4 feet of water flooded highway 87 near west hila street early this morning. caltrans says thieves broke into a pu
. they will pay $6 for crossing without fast track. the district is trying to cover $142 million budget deficit. >>> i'm not sure a lot of people will be out sightseeing today. how is it looking out there, lisa? >> we're cloudy and breezy on the roof but we have showers around the bay area. the main activity has been in the south bay, the central coast which continues to see the heaviest rain. but from the camera, you can see the cloud cover and a few peaks of sun. that's what is on the order for the rest of your saturday. the showers are in the weekend forecast. i'll have that for you coming up. >> thanks, lisa. >>> also, crews try to get ready for tomorrow night's oscars. >>> and imagine the car that gets 1,000 miles a gallon. that's the goal of some bay area students who plan to test their invention in a cross country competition. dinner's not my str. we get to the end of the day and i am toast. in fact, we've had toast for dinner. but tonight i nailed it. kfc family feast. 9 pieces any recipe, 3 large sides, 6 biscuits, $19.99. do not give up on dinner. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] spring is
voted to have a toll raise. there's a projected deficit of $142 million over the next five years. a rate hike schedule the toll is going to jump, and by 2017 it will be up to $7:# and then it will cost $8 to cost the golden gate bridge. mary curry is retiring. she's had the job 22 years. she plans to retire in april. she's going to do consulting work and will spend time with her parents and travel. she plans to keep a close eye on the bridge and any future changes. >>> more on protecting bicyclists. they want to raise the fine from $95 to $1,000. it would lead to fewer crashes. most crashes are accidental, so, they don't think it would change anything. >>> she could see russia from alaska. they're predicting the turmoil between russia and its neighbor. >>> she was determined to get to hawaii, one woman's multiple attempts to stowaway and new questions about security at sfo. >> let's take you outside, there is a look at the approach of are the richmond san rainfall bridge. roads are still wet. the cards coming at the screen, no problems to report in that area. it's a good morning to once
trying to cover a 142 million dollar budget deficit. also several board members went on record today saying the district need to look at ways to use toll money to help fund suicide barrier. take that up at the next board meeting in march. >> well this week rain still is not enough to end the worst drought in state history by any means it helps however. this is video of phoenix lake reservoir in marin county. officials say reservoir there are at 70% of capacity. usually about 88 percent this time of year. they will reevaluate in april but officials say because of the rain it's unlikely they require mandatory rartion okay meanwhile the customers will be asked to voluntary reduce water by 20 percent. that never hurts right. >> and the weather service announced that as of today we have now moved from the worst drought in california history to the second worst drought. so still bad but at least we are now financially moving in a more positive direction in terms of the rain. spencer is tracking even more of it from live doppler 7hd and roof of the broadcast center. >> that's right. i
it was not a contributor to overall debt deficit. so i wanted to look at both access and containment. and he said i did it because he worried if he didn't do it then, there would never be no chance to do it. >> i think that's right. that has to do a lot with the book i'm writing about that so i looked at that pretty carefully. what i don't think he was able to do, and i use the term able very carefully because the political climate of getting even this bill passed was so tough. he had no extra votes. was to do much about containing costs. so the good news is that many of the thousands of people who wrote to me after the first article about horror stories being forced into bankruptcy or moving their loved ones because they couldn't afford healthcare. a lot of that has been fixed. >> rose: in terms of trying to get different ends meet and getting it through congress, on balance did they choose the right program. did they essentially put together what was necessarily for political consensus and get it through the congress. there were rnlt a lot of republican votes. >> i think they could have done it di
the chronic deficits in the national flood insurance program. they are sort of undoing their work to provide some relief. on the energy bill, the house is going to be taking up among other things a measure that would restrict the epa's restriction of carbon emissions by coal powered power plants. this is a big change in utilities. it would require any epa carbon solution limits to be based on existing technology. it is going to be a theme this week. there'll be several energy bills, just like there was a theme this last week about .xcessive regulation >> atrial bettelheim with cq roll call, we think you for your look ahead. as always, sir, thanks for your time. >> my pleasure. thanks. told both ase students and as a nation in terms of popular imagination is that there are all kinds of citizens and marches and demonstrations that occur. but they are really done by these famous, iconic people. basically, rosa parks, who was just so tired that she refused to get up from the bus in montgomery, alabama, and sparked a bus boycott, and basically, a young preacher, who even the president referred to
projected deficit. in the san francisco from clifford kron 4 news. >> coming up on kron4 news week and a clear picture of the toxic myths that led to some of the death of actor philip seymour hoffman, coming up next. and here's a look at storm tracker 4 as we had to break. we'll be right back. back on kron4 news a week and the medical examiner's report on actor philip seymour hoffman is then in his death appears to be accidental. the report found a mixture of drugs and hofmann's system including heroin in seven main at and cocaine. the body of the oscar award winning actor was found in his apartment back in february 2nd. three people facing drug charges connecting to his death. >> steven colbert says he has nothing to hide. that's why he gave a keynote speech at the rsa computer security conference yesterday. there uc the comedian appearing at a congressional hearing in 2010. not everyone was happy with his decision to attend the events. privacy activists had tried to convince colbert to not appear at the conference. for his part colbert said " i don't necessarily want people readi
's advocate here. the country has a massive deficit. we need the money. so why should the country continue to subsidize the most profitable industry, rather. this this is according to sage works. oil and gas, the energy industry, most profitable. >> well, alex, and i would ask, you know, why should they subsidize the oil industry. and the fact is, they don't. percentage depletion is not a subsidy. it's not a loophole. and that's the thing that's perplexing to me. why, if it's not broken, don't fix it. i would challenge those who would say that to take a look at percentage depletion. it's not a subsidy. it's not a loophole. so i would agree with them on that point. >> okay. back to the politics of all this. this is the latest in a string of policies that have fractured the gop. who is in charge of the party? >> well, i think any time a majority party is outside of the white house, and you could have said the same thing during the bush years with the democrats. you know, there's just a lot of discussion, a lot of chatter out there. if you're in the minority. but the fact is, i think even rep
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